April's NFL draft class continues to grow stronger by the day as six more college football stars have decided to give up their final season of eligibility.
Tony Jefferson S Oklahoma- Take note Redskins fans, Tony Jefferson should be on the Redskins short list in April. At 5'11" and 212 pounds, Jefferson is one of the top five safeties available. Had 113 tackles this season, including 7 for loss.
Kenny Stills WR Oklahoma- Still has a huge junior season in Norman, catching 75 balls for 892 yards and 11 touchdowns. The 6'1" 190 pound Stills is considered one of the top dozen WR's in the draft class. Would look great in Burgundy & Gold.
Jawan Jamison RB Rutgers- Only a redshirt sophomore, Jamison gave up two seasons of eligibilty to enter the draft. The 5'8" 200 Jamison considers former Rutgers star Ray Rice as his mentor. Topped 100 yards rushing six times in 2012.
Barkevious Mingo DE LSU- Is Mingo the top speed rusher in the draft? Recently tabbed fifth overall, regardless of position by Scouts, Inc., Mingo is a 6'5" 240 pound terror on the edge. It wll take a top ten selection in the first round to tab Mingo.
Sam Montgomery DE LSU- The bookend partner of Mingo, Montgomery is 6'4" 245 and projects as a 3-4 outside linebacker or 4-3 end. Like Mingo, Montgomery is a sure fire first round pick and a welcome addition to any NFL roster.
Bennie Logan DT LSU- At 6'3" and 295 pounds, Logan has scouts drooling about his potential as a 4-3 defensive tackle. Logan particularly impressed scouts in the Chick-Fil-A bowl against Clemson with nine tackles. Projected in the 2nd round.